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Old 09-26-2007, 11:35 PM   #1
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Sierra Ancha Mountains

Salt River Bridge

I'm a sucker for metal bridges

I normally wouldn't hurt a tree, but our hosts insisted on this site, so I hat to take a foot off a limb that wasn't quite dead. I paid for it by having sawdust all over for the rest of the weekend.

How the other half lives...

We were honestly like oil and water camping.

The great vegetarian hunter returns with a kill!

Ah, this is camping!

More Veggie hunting... snap!

Rain, rain, go away.

My makeshift awning partially down to prevent rainwater collection.

Having a "low" spot helped channel the rain over night.

We wound up with about a 5' x 2' patch of dry outside the van door. Our compadres, not so lucky. I've been there before.

Some beautiful red rock on the way to the view.

A short drive from camp- straight up and muddy/rocky terrain.


and then
everything changed
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Old 09-27-2007, 09:48 AM   #2
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A classic SMB weekend! Looks like a nice time in fun weather. Great pics, and a very nice portrait of your lovely wife, too.

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Old 10-25-2007, 01:16 PM   #3
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Looks like great weather up there <snicker, snicker> . I took mine earlier this year up up Cherry Creek Rd till it hit the 260 (whatever the one that goes Globe to Young) and came back down that to Globe. Great scenic drive. Even stopped off at workman creek falls.
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